Students who are thinking about careers in community college teaching may benefit from a supervised internship, available as HUM 550, Junior College Teaching Internship. Upon the Program’s recommendation, students can apply for internships in two areas, English Composition and a Humanities survey. Applicants interested in teaching English Composition must complete ENGL 507 Composition Studies and ideally at least one other course in writing or literature before applying for an internship. To teach the Humanities survey, which is mainly an art history survey, applicants need a minimum of one course in art history, and ideally at least an additional course, at the 400 or 500 level. For a number of students, the College Teaching Internship has paved the way to employment after graduation.